Inside the Feith Buidhe snow-field in the Cairngorms in October. A remarkable network of tunnels and caverns, this was an ideal location for shooting with an 11-16mm ‘super-wide’.
Winter’s arrival in Torridon.
An Teallach from Glas Thol, one of my favourite places for winter climbing. The routes on Glas Thol top-out to this view – easily one of the most impressive in the UK.
Lurcher’s Crag and the Lairig Ghru seen over Rothiemurchus Forest in the Cairngorms.
First light catching the Aonach Eagach, Glencoe.
The North-East Ridge of Bidean nam Bian, Glencoe. This is a location I have photographed dozens of times but the human element in this particular image makes it stand out for me.
Loch Clair and Liathach, Torridon. An over-photographed location but in such perfectly calm conditions I could not resist.
A climber on ‘The Croc’, Beinn Udlaidh. Seconds later she took a 30ft fall.
Hell’s Lum in the Cairngorms.
Looking past Slioch’s Atlantic Buttress into Fisherfield.
Ben Cruachan from Beinn Udlaidh. Despite increasingly using my 11-16mm lens in the mountains, my preference is still to use a telephoto lens for mountain landscapes.